SOUTH BAY: Training Fundamentals For Professional Trainers

  • 27 Jun 2014
  • 1:00 PM
  • 01 Aug 2014
  • 5:00 PM
  • Charcot Training Center, 2310 N First St. San Jose, CA 95131
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  • Includes National ASTD members who are not members of the chapter

Class limited to 12. If registration is full, please email Paul Anjeski at paul.anjeski (at) so that he can add you to the waiting list. If you must cancel, please let us know ASAP so that we can inform our waiting list.
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This course is designed for new trainers and those looking to transition into the professional training field applying adult training principles.

If you are in the training field with no formal preparation for your current role, use this series to attain a formal introduction to training and development principles, tools, and techniques. No matter what your delivery format – face-to-face, online, self-paced – you’ll be able to design a compelling workshop.

To allow quality time for interaction and individual focus, this program is limited to 12 attendees.

Registration is for all sessions – modules are not available separately.

The internationally recognized Association For Talent Development ATD (formerly ASTD - American Society for Training and Development) Competency Model and the ADDIE Model have been used as the foundation of this high quality event. Talent Development professional wishing to upgrade their skills in assessment, design, development, delivery, and evaluation will benefit from participating.

Program consists of 22 hours of training delivered as:

  • Five, half day sessions (1PM – 5PM)
  • One 1 hour webinar
  • one - 1 hour online course (assigned July 1)
June 27 Know yourself, know your learners, know the need
July 7 Webinar – Effective techniques for synchronous eLearning
July 11 Effective Training Program Design
July 18 Training Visuals, Materials, and Resources that work
July 25 Engaging Training Practices
August 1 Evaluating Training and Performance Outcomes

This event is part of the ASTD Golden Gate Chapter Community Outreach Program (COP) and prepares individuals to be able to provide professional training services as part of the team of chapter volunteers.

Program Leadership:

Paul Anjeski
is the lead for this program and together with other training professionals from the ASTD Golden Gate Chapter will be conducting the sessions.

Having been a “trainer of trainers” for two decades, he has successfully developed training staff in healthcare, higher education, insurance, unions, pharmaceuticals, nonprofits, government and the military. Whether it is instructor led training, on- the-job training, performance coaching or both synchronous and asynchronous e-learning he adds “in the field“ experience to the principles and practices of adult learning. As a trainer, instructional designer, training program manager, trainer coach and learning strategies consultant, he brings a variety of perspectives to the process of performance improvement and the understanding of effective learning ecosystems. Paul is the Golden Gate Chapter President–elect.

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